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Aerothermal optimisation of novel cooling schemes for high pressure components using combined theoretical, numerical and experimental techniques

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The continuing maturation of metal laser-sintering technology has presented the opportunity to de-risk the engine design process by experimentally down-selecting high pressure nozzle guide vane (HPNGV) cooling designs using laboratory tests of laser-sintered—instead of cast—parts to assess thermal performance. Such tests are very promising as a reliable predictor of the thermal-paint-engine-test, which is used during certification to validate cooling system designs. In this thesis, convent...

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University of Oxford
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University of Cambridge
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University of Oxford
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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